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  • . Awareness is something that is absolute, without degrees. It is not a relative concept. My experience is that sometimes it seems as if I am in a deeper state of awareness at one time or another, for example when I am by myself, and there is just this absolute vastness, absolutely no separation, because I don’t have to exteriorize myself in order to relate to another. But this is only from the relative viewpoint of the body-mind.
    Enza Vita
  • Transcendence is not a temporary, quiet or blissful place you go to. It is the functional, liberating clarity about the nature of Self and reality.
    Michael Damian
  • "Boundaries are imagination. There's nothing to protect."
    Judy Cohen
  • Devote life to your true Self which is the Source of all life
    Alon Halel Geva
  • "I am not the perishable body, but the eternal Self." Ramana Maharshi
    Kasia Jarosinska
  • The Freedom is to realize to Be what-you-are and incidental the concepts can fall and dissolve, by your nature you are free
    Ronny Hiess
  • “When the pillars of my limited mind collapsed, the roof caved in and I could take in the beauty of the stars.” -Brian Piergrossi from the book The Wow of the Now
    Brian Piergrossi
  • "Once you know the sky to be blue, there is no way to believe it to be different. No matter how hard someone tries to convince you, you know the sky is blue."
    Julia Schlosser
  • Freedom is now." - Kosi
    Kosi
  • The self is not an object. The self is a pointer
    Prajnaparamita
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